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Design of Steel Structures

Prof. S.R.Satish Kumar and Prof. A.R.Santha Kumar

Example Problem
An Industrial building of plan 15m30m is to be constructed as shown in Fig.E1. Using plastic analysis, analyse and design the single span portal frame with gabled roof. The frame has a span of 15 m, the column height is 6m and the rafter rise is 3 m and the frames are spaced at 5 m centre-to-centre. Purlins are provided over the frames at 2.7 m c/c and support AC sheets. The dead load of the roof system including sheets, purlins and fixtures is 0.4 kN/m2 and the live load is 0.52 kN/m2. The portal frames support a gantry girder at 3.25 m height, over which an electric overhead travelling (EOT) crane is to be operated. The crane capacity is to be 300 kN and the crane girder weighs 300 kN while the crab (trolley) weight is 60 kN.
D 3m Frames at 5 mc/c

60 kN 300 kN 0.6 m 0.6 m

E 30 m B B 15 m Plan F F

300 kN
15 m

Frame Elevation

Fig. E1 Details of an Industrial Building 1.0 Load Calculations 1.1 Dead Load of roof given as 0.4 kN/m2 Dead load/m run on rafter = 0.4 * 5 2.0 kN/m
1.2

Live Load given as 0.52 kN/m2 Live load/m run on rafter = 0.52 * 5 2.6 kN/m

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1.3

Crane Load The extreme position of crane hook is assumed as 1 m from the centre line of

rail. The span of crane is approximately taken as 13.8 m. And the wheel base along the gantry girder has been taken as 3.8 m

1.3.1 Vertical load on gantry The weight of the crane is shared by two portal frames At the extreme position of crab, the reaction on wheel due to the lifted weight and the crab can be obtained by taking moments about the centreline of wheels (point B).
(300 + 60)/2 B 1m 13.8 m RB = 242 kN RF = 88 kN 300/2 6.9 m F

To get maximum wheel load on a frame from gantry girder BB', taking the gantry girder as simply supported.
242 kN B' RB = 136.4
1

242 kN B RB=375 kN

3.8 m 5m

Centre to centre distance between frames is 5 m c/c. Assuming impact factor of 25% Maximum wheel Load @ B = 1.25 (242 (1 + (5-3.8)/5) = 375 kN. Minimum wheel Load @ B = (88 /242)*375 =136.4 kN

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1.3.2 Transverse Load (Surge): Lateral load per wheel = 5% (300 + 60)/2 = 9 kN (i.e. Lateral load is assumed as 5% of the lifted load and the weight of the crab acting on each rail). Lateral load on each column = (By proportion) 1.4 Wind Load
9 *375 = 13.9 kN 242

Design wind speed, Vz = k1 k2 k3 Vb From Table 1; IS: 875 (part 3) 1987 k1 = 1.0 (risk coefficient assuming 50 years of design life) From Table 2; IS: 875 (part 3) 1987 k2 = 0.8 (assuming terrain category 4) k3 = 1.0 (topography factor)

Assuming the building is situated in Chennai, the basic wind speed is 50 m /sec
Design wind speed, Vz = k1 k2 k3 Vb Vz = 1 * 0.8 *1 * 50 Vz = 40 m/sec

Design wind pressure, Pd = 0.6*Vz2 = 0.6 * (40)2 = 0.96 kN/m2

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1.4.1. Wind Load on individual surfaces The wind load, WL acting normal to the individual surfaces is given by WL = (Cpe Cpi ) A*Pd (a) Internal pressure coefficient Assuming buildings with low degree of permeability Cpi = 0.2 (b) External pressure coefficient External pressure coefficient for walls and roofs are tabulated in Table 1 (a) and Table 1(b) 1.4.2 Calculation of total wind load (a) For walls h/w = 6/15 = 0.4 L/w = 30/15 = 2.0
h w w plan elevation

Exposed area of wall per frame @ 5 m c/c is A = 5 * 6 = 30 m


2

Wind load on wall / frame, A pd = 30 * 0.96 = 28.8 kN Table 1 (a): Total wind load for wall Wind Angle 00 900 Cpe Windward 0.7 -0.5 Leeward -0.25 -0.5 0.2 -0.2 0.2 -0.2 Cpi Cpe Cpi Wind ward 0.5 0.9 -0.7 -0.3 Lee ward -0.45 -0.05 -0.7 -0.3 Total wind(kN) (Cpe-Cpi )Apd Wind Lee ward ward 14.4 25.9 -20.2 -8.6 -12.9 -1.4 -20.2 -8.6

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(b) For roofs Exposed area of each slope of roof, per frame (5m length) is
A= 5 *

(3.0 )2

+ (7.5 )

= 40.4 m 2

For roof, Apd = 38.7 kN Table 1 (b): Total wind load for roof Wind angle Pressure Coefficient Cpe Cpi Total Wind Load(kN) (Cpe Cpi) Apd Wind Lee ward ward Int. Int. -20.4 -23.2 -4.8 -7.8 -34.8 -34.8 -19.4 -19.4

Cpe
0

Cpe Lee -0.4 -0.4 -0.7 -0.7

Cpi

Wind ward -0.528 -0.128 -0.9 -0.5

Lee ward -0.6 -0.2 -0.9 -0.5

900

Wind -0.328 -0.328 -0.7 -0.7

0.2 -0.2 0.2 -0.2

2.1 Dead Load Replacing the distributed dead load of 2kN/m on rafter by equivalent concentrated loads at two intermediate points corresponding to purlin locations on each rafter,

WD =
2.2 Superimposed Load Superimposed Load = 2.57 kN/m Concentrated load , WL =

2.0* 15 = 5kN 6

2.57 * 15 = 6.4 kN 6
2kN/m W

W W W/2 C D

W W W/2

15 m

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2.3 Crane Load Maximum Vertical Load on columns = 375 kN (acting at an eccentricity of 600 mm from column centreline) Moment on column = 375 *0.6 = 225 kNm. Minimum Vertical Load on Column = 136.4 kN (acting at an eccentricity of 600 mm) Maximum moment = 136.4 * 0.6 = 82 kNm

3.0 Partial Safety Factors 3.1 Load Factors

For dead load, f = 1.5 For leading live load, f = 1.5 For accompanying live load, f = 1.05 3.2 Material Safety factor

m = 1.10

4.0 Analysis In this example, the following load combinations is considered, as it is found to be critical. Similar steps can be followed for plastic analysis under other load combinations. (i) 1.5D.L + 1.5 C .L + 1.05 W.L

4.1. 1.5 D.L + 1.5 C.L+ 1.05 W.L 4.1.1Dead Load and Wind Load along the ridge (wind angle = 0 o) (a) Vertical Load w @ intermediate points on windward side w = 1.5 * 5.0 1.05 *(4.8/3) cos21.8 = 6 kN.

w 6 @ eaves = = 3.0 kN 2 2
w @ intermediate points on leeward side w = 1.5 * 5.0 1.05 * 7.8/3 cos21.8 = 5.0 kN
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w 5.0 @ eaves = = 2.5 kN 2 2


Total vertical load @ the ridge = 3.0 + 2.5 = 5.5 kN b) Horizontal Load H @ intermediate points on windward side H = 1.05 * 4.8/3 sin 21.8 = 0.62 kN H/2 @ eaves points = 0.62/2 = 0.31 kN

H @ intermediate purlin points on leeward side = 1.05 * 7.8 /3 sin 21.8 = 1 kN H/2 @ eaves = 0.5 kN

Total horizontal load @ the ridge = 0.5 - 0.31 = 0.19 kN

Table 3: Loads acting on rafter points Vertical Load (kN) Intermediate Windward Leeward Points 5.2 4.2 Eaves 2.6 2.1 Ridge 4.7 4.1.2 Crane Loading Moment @ B Moment @ F Horizontal load @ B & @ F = 1.5 * 225 = 337.5 kNm = 1.5 * 82 = 123 kNm Horizontal Load (kN) Windward Leeward 0.62 1.0 0.31 0.5 0.19

= 1.5 * 13.9 = 20.8 kN

Note: To find the total moment @ B and F we have to consider the moment due to the dead load from the weight of the rail and the gantry girder. Let us assume the weight of rail as 0.3 kN/m and weight of gantry girder as 2.0 kN/m

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2 + 0.3 * 5 = 5.75 kN 2 Factored moment @ B & F = 1.5 * 5.75 * 0.6 = 5.2 kNm
Dead load on the column = Total moment @B = 337.5 + 5.2 = 342 kNm @ F = 123 + 5.2 = 128 kNm
5.5 kN 6 kN 0.62 kN 0.19 kN 5 kN 1.0 kN 5 kN 1.0 kN 2.5 kN 0.5 kN

acting at e=0.6m

6 kN 0.62 kN 3 kN 0.31 kN

3m

343 20.8 kN

128 20.8 kN 3.25 m 6m

27.2 kN 15 m

1.5 kN

Factored Load (1. 5D.L+1.5 C.L +1.05 W.L) 4.2 1.5 D.L + 1.5 C.L + 1.05 L.L

4.2.1 Dead Load and Live Load @ intermediate points on windward side = 1.5 * 5.0 + 1.05 * 6.4 = 14.2 kN @ ridge = 14.2 kN @ eaves = 14.2 / 2 7.1 kN.

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4.2.2 Crane Load Moment @ B = 342 kNm Horizontal load @ B = 20.8 kN Moment @ F = 128 kNm

Horizontal load @ F = 20.8 kN

5.5 kN 6 kN 0.62 kN 0.19 kN 5 kN 1.0 kN 5 kN 1.0 kN 2.5 kN 0.5 kN

6 kN 0.62 kN 3 kN 0.31 kN

3m

343 20.8 kN

128 20.8 kN 3.25 m 6m

27.2 kN 15 m

1.5 kN

Factored Load (1. 5D.L+1.5 C.L +1.05 W.L) 4.3 Mechanisms

We will consider the following mechanisms, namely (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Beam mechanism Sway mechanism Gable mechanism and Combined mechanism Beam Mechanism

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(1) Member CD Case 1: 1.5 D.L + 1.5 C.L + 1.05 W.L


5.5 kN 6 kN 0.62 kN 6 kN 0.62 kN 3 kN 0.31 kN C 0.19 kN

/2

Mp=7.2kNm

Internal Work done, Wi = Mp + Mp (/2) + Mp ( + /2) = Mp(3) External Work done, We = 6 * 2.5 - 0.62 * 1 * + 6 * 2.5 * /2 0.62 * 1 * /2 = 21.6 Equating internal work done to external work done Wi = We Mp (3) = 21.6 Mp = 7.2 kNm Case 2: 1.5 D.L + 1.5 C.L + 1.05 L.L Internal Work done, Wi = Mp 3 (as in case 1)
14.2 kN 14.2 kN 14.2 kN 7.1 kN

Mp = 17.8kNm

/2

External work done, We = 14.2 * 2.5 + 14.2 *2.5 / 2 = 53.3

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Equating Wi = We, Mp (3) = 53.3 Mp = 17.8 kNm

Note: Member DE beam mechanism will not govern. (2) Member AC


C C

Internal Work done,


11 11 + M p W i = M p + M p + 13 13 = 3.69 M p

342 kNm 20.8 kN

Mp = 104.1kNm

A 11 /13

27.2 kN

External Work done,

We = 20.8 * 3.25 * = 383.9

11 11 1 11 + 342 * + * 27.2 * 3.25 13 13 2 13

Equating Wi = We, we get 3.69 Mp = 383.9 Mp = 104.1 kNm.


E

(3) Member EG Internal Work done,


11 11 W i = M p + M p + + M p 13 13 = 3.69 M p
342 kNm

F F

20.8 kN

Mp = 116.1kNm

External Work done, We = 20.8 * 3.25 * 11 1 11 + 342 * + (21.2) * 3.25 13 2 13

21.2 kN

11 /13 G G

= 428.3
Equating Wi = We, we get
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3.69 Mp = 428.3 Mp = 116.1 kNm For members AC & EG, the 1st load combination will govern the failure mechanism.

4.3.1 Panel Mechanism


Case 1: 1.5 D.L + 1.5 C.L + 1.05 W.L

Internal Work done, Wi = Mp () + Mp () + Mp () + Mp () = 4Mp External Work done, We We = 1/2 (27.2) * 6 + 20.8 * 3.25 + 342 - 0.31 * 6 - 0.62 * 6 - 0.62 (6)+ 0.19 * 6 + 1.0 *6 + 1.0 * 6 + 0.5 * 6+1/2 (1.5) * 6 + 20.8 * 3.25 - 128 * = 442.14 Equating Wi = Wc, we get 4Mp = 442.14 Mp = 110.5 kNm The second load combination will not govern.

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4.3.3 Gable Mechanism Case 1: 1.5 D.L + 1.05 W.L + 1.5 C.L Internal Work done = Mp + Mp2 + Mp (2) + Mp = 6Mp External Work done, We =
-0.62 * 1 * - 0.62 * 2 * + 0.19 * 3 * + 1.0 * 4 * + 1.0 * 5 * + 0.5 * 6 * + 6 * 2.5 * + 6 * 5 * + 5.5 * 7.5 * + 5 * 5 * + 5 * 2.5 * + * 1.5 * 6 + 20.8 * 3.25 * - 128*

We = 78.56

1.0 5

6 0.62 0.31 3

6 0.62

5.5 0.19 5

1.0 2.5 0.5

342 kNm 20.8 kN

128 kNm 20.8 kN

27.2 kN

Mp=13.1kNm

1.5 kN

Equating Wi = We, we get 6Mp = 78.56 Mp = 13.1 kNm. Case 2: 1.5 D.L + 1.05L.L + 1.5 C.L

14.2 14.2 14.2 7.1

14.2 14.2

7.1

Mp=37.3kNm
342 kNm 20.8 kN 128 kNm 20.8 kN

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Internal Work done, Wi = Mp + Mp (2) + Mp (2) + Mp =6Mp External Work done, We = 14.2 * 2.5* + 14.2 * 5 * + 14.2 * 7.5 + 14.2 * 5 * + 14.2 * 2.5 128 * + 20.8 * 3.25 = 223.6 Equating Wi = We, we get
6Mp = 223.6

Mp

= 37.3 kNm

4.3.4 Combined Mechanism Case1: 1.5 D.L + 1.05 W.L + 1.5 C.L (i) Internal Work done, Wi = Mp ( ) + Mp ( + /2) + Mp (/2 + /2) + Mp (/2) = Mp ( + +/2 + /2 + /2 +/2 + /2) = 4 Mp
Mp = 100.7

External Work done, We= 1/2 * 27.2 * 6 + 20.8 * 3.25* + 342 - 0.31 * 12 * /2 - 0.62 * 11 * /2 - 0.62 * 10 */2 + 0.19 * 9 * /2 + 1.0 * 8 * /2 + 1.0 * 7 * /2 + 0.5 * 6* /2 + 1/2 (1.5) * 6/2 + 20.8 * 3.25 * /2 - 128 * /2 6 * 2.5 * /2 6 * 5.0 * /2 5.5 * 7.5 * /2 5 * 5 * /2 5 * 2.5 * /2 = 402.86 Equating Wi = We 4Mp = 402.86 Mp = 100.7 kNm

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(ii) Internal work done, Wi = Mp /2 + Mp ( /2 +/2) + Mp ( /2 + ) +Mp Wi = 4Mp


/2

/2

12 m

6 0.62 3 0.31

6 0.62

5.5 0.19

1.0 4.2 1.0 2.1

0.5

342 kNm 20.8 kN

128 kNm 20.8 kN

/2
27.2 kN Mp = 75.2

1.5 kN

External Work done,


1 + 342 * + * 27.2 * 6 0.31* 6 * 0.62 *7 * 2 2 2 2 2 2 0.62 * 8 * + 0.19 * 9 * + 6 * 2.5 * + 6 * 5.0 * + 5.5 *7.5 * + 1.0 * 10 * 2 2 2 2 2 2 + 1.0 * 11* + 0.5 * 12 * + 5 * 5.0 * + 5 * 2.5 * + 20.8 * 3.25 128 * 2 2 2 2 1 + * 1.5 * 6 2 = 300.85 We = 20.8 * 3.25 *

Equating Wi = We, we get 4Mp = 300.85 Mp = 75.2 kNm Similarly analysis can be performed for hinges occurring at purlin locations also but they have been found to be not critical in this example case

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From all the above analysis, the largest value of Mp required was for member EG under 1.5 DL + 1.5 CL + 1.05 WL Therefore the Design Plastic Moment = 116.1 kNm.

5.0 DESIGN For the design it is assumed that the frame is adequately laterally braced so that it fails by forming mechanism. Both the column and rafter are analysed assuming equal plastic moment capacity. Other ratios may be adopted to arrive at an optimum design solution. 5.1 Selection of section Plastic Moment capacity required= 116 kNm Required section modulus, Zp = Mp/ fyd

(116*10 )
6

1.10 = 510.4 *10 3 mm 3


ISMB 300 @ 0.46 kN/ m provides Zp = 683 * 10-3 mm3 b = 140 mm Ti = 13.1 mm A = 5.87 * 10 3 mm2 tw =7.7 mm rxx =124 mm ryy =28.6 mm

250

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5.2 Secondary Design Considerations 5.2.1 Check for Local buckling of flanges and webs Flanges

bf T1

136 fy

bf = 140/2 = 70 mm T1 = 13.1 mm t = 7.7 mm

bf T1

70 = 5.34 < 8.6 13.1

Web
d1 1120 1600 P t f y Py fy

300 1120 1600 (0.27 ) 7.7 250 y 250 y 38.9 68, Hence O. K

5.2.2 Effect of axial force Maximum axial force in column, P = 40.5 kN Axial load causing yielding, Py = fyd * A
250 x5.87*10 3 1.10 = 1334 kN =

P 40.5 = = 0.03 < 0.15 Py 1334

Therefore the effect of axial force can be neglected.

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5.2.3 Check for the effect of shear force Shear force at the end of the girder = P- w/2 = 40.5 -6.8 kN = 33.7 kN Maximum shear capacity Vym, of a beam under shear and moment is given by Vym = 0.55 Aw* fyd / 1.10 = 0.55 * 300* 7.7* 250/1.10 =289 kN>> 33.7 kN Hence O.K.

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